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ABS by Allen Schwartz Launches 40th Anniversary Capsule

Collection features styles voted on by customers.

License Global

June 17, 2022

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Models wearing the ABS 40th anniversary collection.
Models wearing the ABS 40th anniversary collection.Allen Schwartz

ABS by Allen Schwartz has released a mini capsule collection to celebrate the brand’s 40th anniversary. The brand tapped customers to vote on styles worn by celebrities to bring back for the limited-edition release. For 40 years, ABS by Allen Schwartz has been creating looks embraced by the public as well as celebrities including Jennifer Aniston, Jessica Alba and Laverne Cox.  

The brand allowed customers to vote for their favorite silhouettes worn by celebrities on the red carpet. The “winning” silhouettes were updated to meet today's color palettes and styles. The limited-edition capsule collection was released on June 16 on the Allen Schwartz website.   

Allen Schwartz started ABS by Allen Schwartz in 1982 and the brand became one of the top-selling brands in the contemporary space with retailers ranging from Nordstrom to Saks Fifth Avenue. The brand is known for offering trendy apparel and fashion-forward styles, drawing inspiration from runways, celebrities and influencers.  

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